Celebrate National Fortune Cookie Day with Hawai‘i Candy

20 July 2020

The Honolulu-based company has been serving up handmade fortune cookies and treats for three generations.

HAWAII Magazine

Local Artists and a Waikīkī Hotel Team Up to Spread Aloha

09 June 2020

Hawai‘i art collective 808Urban and the Waikīkī Beach Marriott Resort & Spa are share the love through art, one lei at a time.

HAWAII Magazine

API Women Get Empowered At IDENTITY LA 2019

15 May 2019

IDENTITY LA, held on Saturday, May 11, is an annual celebration of APAHM. This year’s festivities brought together TOKiMONSTA, MILCK and Sophia Black  to celebrate API women. 

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BLACKPINK Is The Revolution—In Your Area And Worldwide

27 February 2017

BLACKPINK isn’t just in your area, they’re taking over the world, one stage at a time . . .

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Jockabeth Ponce ’19: 3-2 Engineering Major Builds Experience by Exploring Many Paths

07 Sept 2017

Jockabeth Ponce ’19 has always loved solving problems, and as a 3-2 engineering major, she plans on using her grounding in both science and the humanities to do just that . . .

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The 5C Experience: The Claremont Tamasha CLORG

24 April 2017

A crowd of more than 400 from The Claremont Colleges (5C) community turned out for an evening of South Asian dance, music, and cultural appreciation at Sanskriti 2017 . . .

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What Kailua is Like Right Now

20 July 2020

We may be social distancing, but Kailua’s beaches are still packed.

HAWAII Magazine

6 Zines That Will Make You Proud To Be Asian American

28 May 2019

It might be easy to dismiss zines as kitschy, but flipping through one is like reading a book and walking into an art exhibit at the same time.

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Jump Into The World Of Webcomics With These 7 API Artists

01 May 2019

The world of webcomics is vast, so start with these: our top seven webcomics by AAPI artists 

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Review: Young-Ha Kim Is A Master Of Surprise In ‘Diary Of A Murderer’

17 April 2019

Author Young-Ha Kim’s latest work, “Diary of a Murderer” confirms our greatest fear: We are our own worst enemy.

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Jockabeth Ponce ’19: 3-2 Engineering Major Builds Experience by Exploring Many Paths

07 Sept 2017

Jockabeth Ponce ’19 has always loved solving problems, and as a 3-2 engineering major, she plans on using her grounding in both science and the humanities to do just that . . .

Scripps College Website

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Claire Sands Baker ’93:Improving Subsistence Farming in Kenya, One Toothpick at a Time

21 April 2017

To mitigate Africa’s greatest threat to food security, Striga hermonthica, an invasive plant commonly known as witchweed, Claire Sands Baker ’93 is starting at the root of the problem . . .

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The 5 Best Hikes for Beginners on Hawaiʻi Island

15 June 2020

Leave bustling Honolulu and step into a new world on the Oʻahu’s Windward Side at the Valley of the Temples.

HAWAII Magazine

Q&A: How Illustrator Deborah Lee Turns Her Sadness Into Artistry And Joy

24 May 2019

Deborah Lee is a San Francisco Bay-based illustrator who toils in the tech world by day and works on her webcomics and debut graphic novel, “In Limbo,” by night. 

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Bad Hair Day? How to Embrace Your Asian Hair In All Its Glory

30 April 2019

How did long, black, silky tresses become the standard for "Asian" hair? Take it from these eight API individuals, Asian hair is as diverse as we are.

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It's Not Too Late to Get In Touch with Your Inner Child with These 9 AAPI-Authored Children’s Books

28 March 2019

For Children’s Picture Book Day, curl up with a good book by one of these Asian American authors.

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Nia-Renee Cooper ’18: This Neuroscience Major Is Remaking Recess

01 Sept 2017

This summer, Nia-Renee Cooper ’18 interned at the UCLA Lab School, an innovative school for children ages 4–12 . . .

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The 5C Experience: The 5C Black Arts Festival

27 February 2017

On February 17, Watu Weusi, a Scripps club dedicated to empowering students of African descent, presented the art exhibition Hidden No More: Artist Showcase at the Motley Coffeehouse 

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